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One of three watches provided by each brand was subjected to the bank of technical testing, while one watch from each brand was kept in reserve. The astronauts were given the final piece to test during training so they could give feedback on its usability and preference. Ragan was relieved that the astronauts chose the Rolex Milgauss Replica unanimously, as he had been working night and day to meet the test deadlines. This unified decision allowed orders to be placed without internal dissent.

Omega and NASA were not interested in changing anything after the Rolex Replica Watches had been so successful. NASA equipment cannot be altered lightly. The watch was not altered in order to maintain its flight qualification.

We can now enjoy a tasty fact. ALL Rolex Milgauss Replicas, up until around 1974, supplied for the Gemini and Apollo programmes, Apollo-Soyuz programme, Skylab programme, used the Lemania calibre 321. This is a total of 90 watches that were purchased by NASA in five batches.

The Rolex Milgauss Replica's use of the 321 calibre is no longer the case, as was commonly believed. The 321 was replaced in commercial models by the calibre 861. But you can be sure that it is the only watch mechanism to have ever been on the Moon. If it's not broken, don't fix it.

The collecting fraternity, ever astute and observant, noted the existence a model ST 145.022-69 (with calibre 861) that flew in space under the command of Ron Evans on Apollo XVII. It was my privilege to hold this watch and confirm its authenticity. The watch's existence does not contradict the fact that NASA only used watches of calibre 321.Tag Heuer Replica Watches It was provided by a third-party along with other equipment associated with the "Heat Flow Experiment", which were independently commissioned and packaged. It was a private, non-NASA watch.